“This publication [funded by a Historic Preservation Education Grant] is a cornerstone of our efforts to get the residents of the [Washington Avenue] neighborhood as well as the citizens of the city to see that the architecture here is one of the greatest assets the neighborhood has and can be a starting point for neighborhood revitalization.”
Dennis AuCity of Evansville
Indiana Humanities connects people, opens minds and enriches lives by creating and facilitating programs that encourage Hoosiers to think, read and talk.
Established in 1972, Indiana humanities promotes the public humanities and engages Indiana’s community of minds to create stronger, more vibrant communities. Using literature, history, art, music, philosophy, and our shared cultural heritage, we we strive to help Hoosiers better understand themselves and the world around them.